5 of the Top Investment Gurus to Follow on Twitter
Adam Shaw, CFP®
Vice President, Media Society
October 1, 2015
Whether you want to invest in movies or locate passive income opportunities, it can be difficult to know where to start. One great way to get an idea of where you are most comfortable in the stock market is by finding like-minded individuals. Take the time to develop an understanding of their financial philosophies. Twitter is a great place to get an idea of who you are as an investor. By following the advice of master investment strategists, it is possible to become adept at making money in the stock market. The following investment gurus are experts in their fields and exert a strong influence over the investment public.
1. Confident Investor
Confident Investor (@Confidentinvest) provides help to those who are somewhat timid when it comes to investing their money in a turbulent market. Sean O’Shaughnessey authors a blog confident-investor.com— that is designed to illustrate many of the concepts found in his book of the same name. He does not provide individual stock guidance, but he teaches how to make passive income opportunities work best for individual personal financial goals. He is a trained mechanical engineer who eventually went into the sales field. After being disappointed with how his mutual funds were performing, he did avid research and discovered a method that allowed him to know when to buy into certain companies and when. Today, he helps others his method using the techniques outlined on his website and in his book.
2. Jim Cramer
Jim Cramer (@jimcramer) is the popular CNBC host of Mad Money and has authored many books on investment. Cramer also blogs regularly on RealMoney.com providing insight and information on various investment topics as well as his views on how different businesses perform in the stock market. He runs the charitable trust portfolio Action Alerts PLUS, and tweets real-time stock information, also answering questions from his followers.
3. Josh Brown
Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) is a New York-based financial advisor and CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management. He assists people in developing their financial goals and facilitates portfolio management. His company works with a variety of clients, from high net worth corporations to individual investors. He is also the author of several books, including Backstage Wall Street. He tweets daily on events in the stock market and provides his views on different investment options.
4. Tadas Viskanta
Tadas Viskanta (@AbnormalReturns) is the founder and editor of AbnormalReturns.com. He is known for providing the best investment information for readers of the site. He is a private investor with over 25 years of experience in the financial sector. He is an author and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago. He tweets daily and provides links to daily stock fluctuations and links to informative articles on a variety of topics, from investing in movies to passive income opportunities.
5. George Soros
George Soros (@georgesoros), chairman of Soros Fund Management LLC, is well known for closing one of the greatest trades of all time, which earned him one billion dollars in one day. He is a short-term speculator who makes decisions on what he believes the day-to-day movements will be in currency. He also hedges bets on price fluctuations on commodities, stocks, bonds, and derivatives. He has an extraordinary investment record and is a prominent supporter of human rights. You can find him tweeting regularly, providing insight on a variety of financial topics.
In order to be a successful investor, it will be important to learn how the financial markets work and change on a daily basis. This includes understanding how to earn on passive income opportunities from financial movements. In addition to taking in the advice of these investment gurus, it will also be vitally important to be on top of the stock market to be completely successful in this field. Try combining the investment philosophies of those mentioned to develop a well-rounded financial preference and risk tolerance level. It doesn’t matter if you invest in movies or other passive income opportunities, extensive research and constant vigilance are keys to success.